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WWE: TLC - Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2010

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Carnage reigns supreme at WWE TLC! It s a pay-per-view event that legalizes the use of Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. Last year's event saw three championships defended in a Ladder Match, a Chair Match, and a Tables Match, as well as a mayhem-fueled main event that saw all three elements when D-Generation X and Jeri-Show battled for the Unified Tag Team Championship in a TLC Match. This night has already become a highlight of the WWE calendar, so the pressure will be on the Superstars of Raw and SmackDown to up the ante at this year s production of WWE TLC.

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  • Actors: Rey Mysterio, John Cena, The Miz, Kane
  • Directors: -
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: January 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00465I1EC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,840 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on April 5, 2011
"Gimmick PPVs" from the WWE are risky ventures. Most of the time, the WWE gets away with these concepts (two Elimination Chamber Matches, two Money-In-The-Bank Matches, two Fatal 4-Way Matches, etc.). However, this "TLC 2010" PPV had me worried, because every single match was advertised to feature Tables, Ladders, and/or Chairs. As it turns out, the production team and the WWE wrestlers are talented enough to pull this off.

1) Ladder Match
Intercontinental Championship
Kofi Kingston v. Jack Swagger v.
Dolph Ziggler (champion - w/ Vickie Guerrero)
---Of all the matches on the card, this opener is the toughest one for me to score. The whole affair lasts about 10 minutes, which is disappointing considering the talent involved here. But when the action is as hard-hitting as this, who cares? I continue to be surprised at how versatile Swagger really is, because he shows that a larger & more powerful athlete has a place in Ladder Matches. Kofi continues to be one of the more creative innovators with Ladder Matches, while Dolph Ziggler seems to adapt to just about anything these days. I wish this match would've made more of an impression on me, but the action is fast & furious, and there are a few unique spots that I still liked it quite a bit.
"7.0 / 10"


2) Table Match
Team Lay-Cool v. Beth Phoenix & Natalya (Divas champion)
---I'm about to give this match its fair share of compliments, but first a challenge: Does anyone else wish WWE and these 4 ladies took the chance of working a Chairs or a Ladder Match? Anyway, this tag team Table Match isn't the greatest, but I have to give these women a ton of credit for making this a believable fight with some real intensity and strategy.
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The one night where every WWE match has a little more spice to it as each match features either chairs, tables, ladders or all three. Its TLC and on a side note I loved the opening video package along with the song as it was awesome and really lended a cool feel to start off the event.

-Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, Dolph Ziggler (Champion) w/Vickie Guerrero vs. Jack Swagger vs. Kofi Kingston: Not a bad opening contest here, the pace stays fast, the unique styles of each guy really gel well together. Swagger seemed to suffer and injury to his wrist when Kofi throws a ladder at him, Dolph also makes good use of the ladders while Kofi does some great moves involving ladders. Great funny moment where Vickie climbs the ladder but Kofi lifts it and frightens her. The closing minutes are great where each guy prevents the other from getting the belt, Swagger and Kingston are up top, the belt falls to the ground and Ziggler grabs it and is declared the winner. 6/10.

-Diva's Table Match, Beth Phoenix & Natalya vs. Laycool: Shockingly not a bad Diva's match as it was all about whether Beth and Natalya could get revenge on Laycool for their actions over the past few months. Beth & Natalya used plenty of power moves, Layla and Michelle hit some quick moves and the tables got set up to be used but it wasn't until Natalya hit a huge splash onto both Layla and Michelle crashing them through a table to win. 5/10.

-WWE Tag Team Championship Match, Santino Marella & Vladimir Koslov (Champions) vs. Heath Slater & Justin Gabriel w/Nexus: A bonus match that isn't great but its a way to cool down the crowd, who did cheer Santino's antics.
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This WWE PPV originated on December 19, 2010 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Matches on the card included the following:

* Dolph Ziggler, WWE Intercontinental Champion, facing Kofi Kingston and Jack Swagger in a Triple Threat Ladder match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship

*Natalya and Beth Phoenix meeting Layla and Michelle McCool in a first ever Tag team Tables match

*Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov, WWE Tag Team Champions, meeting Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater for the WWE Tag Team Championship

*John Morrison facing King Sheamus in a ladder match for the number one contender to the WWE Championship

*The Miz, WWE Champion, meeting Randy Orton in a tables match for the WWE Championship

*Kane, World Heavyweight Champion, meeting Edge, Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio in a Fatal Four-Way Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match for the World Heavyweight Championship

*John Cena facing Wade Barrett in a Chairs Match

It's grunts, groans and table, ladders and chairs in this extravaganza
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Not every WWE PPV these days can deliver but TLC usually does. That being said, this diffently delivered. It has one of the best dvd menus of any WWE dvd and I love the set they used for this event. I can remember what happened in WWF circa 1993 but I can barely remember what happened in WWE a week ago. Anyways, here's my review of matches at this event

Kofi Kingston VS Dolph Ziggler VS Jack Swagger in a Triple Threat Ladder match for the Intercontinental title: A good way to kick off the PPV as all three men deliver. I wished Vickie would have taken a bump of the ladder but oh well. The ending was cheap but didnt take away from the entire match.

Natalya and Beth Phoenix VS Lay Cool in a Tables match: I rarely watch a women's match but for some reason I wanted to view this. The double sharpshooter from Natalya was pretty awesome and the ending was pretty good. I really cant say anything bad about it, surprisingly.

Santino and Vladimir Kozlov (Tag Team Champions) VS Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater: If one match stinks, it'll have to be this one. Despite Santino showing a bit of improvement in the ring, he is still looked as a clown. Sure enough, this match is like anything they've done on Raw and the ending sucked.

Sheamus VS John Morrison: Morrison is the modern day Shawn Michaels, but WWE seems to put him on the backburner. That being said, match of the night. Cannot say how awesome this match was. Morrison wins in a great back and fourth encounter.

Randy Orton VS Miz in a Tables match: AThe ref gets knocked out and Miz retains the belt after Orton powerbombs Alex Riley thru a table, Miz hits a skull crushing finale on Orton, and places him on the broken table. Smart but could careless about either of these wrestlers.
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